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Acer G246HLBBID 24-inch HDMI Monitor 16:9 FHD, £99.99 delivered from amazon
Acer G246HLBBID 24-inch HDMI Monitor 16:9 FHD, £99.99 delivered from amazon

Acer G246HLBBID 24-inch HDMI Monitor 16:9 FHD, £99.99 delivered from amazon

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Best price from amazon so far. It has a matt anti glare finish
•24-inch widescreen LED display
•VGA (D-SUB), HDMI and DVI connections
•2 ms response time and 250 nits brightness
•100M:1 contrast ratio with Adaptive Contrast Manager
•Ultra-thin, space-saving design

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That's a fantastic price, especially with HDMI. Hot!!

Partner has one and she loves it. Great monitor on a budget and the colour reproduction is very good even compared to my dell. Only issue with them is obviously they're cheap so on white background you can see slightly flickering of pixels due to the voltage.

JPS

That's a fantastic price, especially with HDMI. Hot!!



What's so good about it having HDMI, it doesn't even have speakers

Is that a TN or IPS Panel?

ukez

What's so good about it having HDMI, it doesn't even have speakers



The refresh rate

Syphire

Is that a TN or IPS Panel?



Given the 2ms response time it'll be a TN Panel

teyron2k5

The refresh rate

lmao

Cold not an IPAD.

My friend has this monitor and its a really good monitor, I've been looking for another monitor for a while. I have all LG atm, so kinda wanted to stick to it. but this is tempting me...

HOT.

Original Poster

Goldenraven

Cold not an IPAD.My friend has this monitor and its a really good … Cold not an IPAD.My friend has this monitor and its a really good monitor, I've been looking for another monitor for a while. I have all LG atm, so kinda wanted to stick to it. but this is tempting me... HOT.


pleased to help:)

Good price. I have two 24" benqs else I'd buy one.

I have this exact monitor. It's quite bad. I wouldn't advise anyone on buying it. After 1 year and a bit it randomly flahes black for about 10 seconds, and that can goon for about 2 minutes, and that happens a few times per day. The buttons are under the monitor which makes it hard knowing what you're pressing. it has no in-built sound so you'll need headphones/speaker. Also it has no socket for plugging in headphones/speakers and it has no hdmi output. So it is missing some really basic stuff. I did pay about £20 more, so it is cheaper. Screen quality is actually quite good, but i would never buy it again. I should have properly reviewed the product before rushing to buy it.


Edited by: "RyanBest" 8th Jul 2014

Is this better than a mid range tv? I want a monitor/tv for ps4

AStonedRaichu

Is this better than a mid range tv? I want a monitor/tv for ps4



Probably not... A mid-range tv would be around £400+ and depending on the size as well. Your going to need to some external speakers for this too.

ukez

What's so good about it having HDMI, it doesn't even have speakers



Can conect your games console to it, blu ray player, toaster pretty much anything else that has a HDMI port.
Could you connect two of them together with HDMI...some form of nun'chucks

upperdecker1

Can conect your games console to it, blu ray player, toaster pretty much … Can conect your games console to it, blu ray player, toaster pretty much anything else that has a HDMI port.Could you connect two of them together with HDMI...some form of nun'chucks



Can with a DVI too..

teyron2k5

The refresh rate


good knowledge!...

ukez

Can with a DVI too..



Your toaster has a DVI port?

TH3R4POR

good knowledge!...



So you somehow believe that because this LCD has a HDMI port that its going to have a better refresh rate over that of a DVI, even though it's 'standard' 60Hz monitor? "Good Knowledge" LOL


upperdecker1

Your toaster has a DVI port?



I guess its possible LOL

http://media.techeblog.com/images/toasterpc_1.jpg
http://media.techeblog.com/images/toasterpc_2.jpg



Edited by: "ukez" 9th Jul 2014

Just bought one, I saw it before this though

HOT

Just bought one, I saw it on amazon though, lol

HOT

RyanBest

I have this exact monitor. It's quite bad. I wouldn't advise anyone on … I have this exact monitor. It's quite bad. I wouldn't advise anyone on buying it. After 1 year and a bit it randomly flahes black for about 10 seconds, and that can goon for about 2 minutes, and that happens a few times per day. The buttons are under the monitor which makes it hard knowing what you're pressing. it has no in-built sound so you'll need headphones/speaker. Also it has no socket for plugging in headphones/speakers and it has no hdmi output. So it is missing some really basic stuff. I did pay about £20 more, so it is cheaper. Screen quality is actually quite good, but i would never buy it again. I should have properly reviewed the product before rushing to buy it.



I would probably check your GFX card regarding it going off. Also, i prefer monitors to not have built in speakers as they'll be ****. Any PC enthusiast will have a separate speakers setup.

rickinyorkshire

I would probably check your GFX card regarding it going off. Also, i … I would probably check your GFX card regarding it going off. Also, i prefer monitors to not have built in speakers as they'll be ****. Any PC enthusiast will have a separate speakers setup.


Understandable, but i was unable to hook up my xbox to this monitor because it had no sound. So i would always look for ones with sound as it's there as a backup, ect.
Edited by: "RyanBest" 10th Jul 2014

ukez

So you somehow believe that because this LCD has a HDMI port that its … So you somehow believe that because this LCD has a HDMI port that its going to have a better refresh rate over that of a DVI, even though it's 'standard' 60Hz monitor? "Good Knowledge" LOL


good grasp of sarcasm...

It needs hdmi to be HDCP compliant. Devices that are not HDCP compliant will have issues playing/displaying HDCP protected content, which is pretty much all DVDs and some streaming
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